‘Wings on King Spring Surveys’ 25th-28th October, 2018


Find the Birds migrating across Bass Strait

Contribute to Wings on King and our knowledge of King Island and its birds

While you are here:

·         Enjoy the magnificent spring wild flowers of King Island and

o   Learn how to grow them and develop bird habitat at the Sunday workshop

·         Welcome the return of the migratory shorebirds including Ruddy Turnstone, Red-necked Stint and Latham’s Snipe

o   And add some Shorebird 2020 data collection to your visit

Spring is the best time of year to come...


·         Thursday 25th Afternoon - Workshop 'Birding for Beginners'

·         Thursday 25th evening - Welcome, team formation and orientation

·         Friday 26th and Saturday 27th - all day surveying - or as much as you like

·         Saturday evening - Dinner and guest speaker (To be announced)

·         Sunday 28th morning – Workshop ‘Planting habitat for birds and Biodiversity’ Frogshack Nursery, King Island (Leaders to be announced)

Wings on King is an important project that is collecting bird data from over 50 fixed survey sites across King Island.  But while King Island’s small population (of people) help to keep it unspoilt, it also means we are short of skilled and unskilled birders and bird enthusiasts to help collect this data. We need help.  Visitors are all warmly welcomed.

For more information go to: https://www.birdsofkingisland.com/wings-on-king

or to register: https://www.birdsofkingisland.com/register

Image: Phoques Bay King Island by Fiona Blandford